Important information for visitors regarding Coronavirus (Covid-19)
Travel restrictions remain in place and the Isle of Man is still currently unable to accept visitors (following the announcement made on Sunday 22nd March by Chief Minister Howard Quayle MHK).
Please note: The Guernsey-Isle of Man air bridge – the self-isolation free travel between the Isle of Man and Guernsey – was suspended from the 23rd October. For further information on this, please click here.
We hope you can understand our position and ask for your continued patience as we continue with our exit from lockdown for the benefit of our residents. We look forward to welcoming you in the future when it is safe to do so.
Until then… Stay safe, stay extraordinary!
The Isle of Man has moved to a modified version of level 4 in the Borders Framework.
This means that Isle of Man residents can travel freely as long as they have registered, and return to the island following the completion of a Landing Form, and providing they are not displaying any symptoms of COVID-19.
People travelling to the Island will have to quarantine either at home or an approved location on arrival for the fourteen days self-isolation period. Arrivals on and after 00.01 hours on Wednesday 23 December 2020 will also have to have a test on arrival, on day 1 or 2, and then a second test on day 13, which would allow exit from self-isolation after day 14.
Anyone who resides in a household with someone who is self-isolating after travelling to the Island, will also have to self-isolate for the fourteen day period as a precaution.
For further information please read: Travel Advice
On Thursday 12 November the Isle of Man Government announced a one-off contribution of up to £250 per person, per week, for returning residents travelling to the Island that are required to self-isolate, towards the costs of finding alternative accommodation. To find out more about the subsidy visit: Accommodation financial support for returning residents.